Americans expect and deserve a government transparent and accountable to the people. The relationship between the government and the governed is based on trust. Unfortunately we have seen a serious deterioration of trust when government has not fulfilled these principles.
In the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, we work to hold government accountable to taxpayers because Americans deserve to know their money is well spent and their government is operating as efficiently and effectively as possible. We work to achieve these goals by conducting investigations, reforming the federal bureaucracy, and then reporting the results of the Committee’s work to the American people. This transparency will help hold the government accountable.
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Washington, DC - Last night Rep. Gowdy joined Martha MacCallum to discuss the House Intelligence Committee issuing subpoenas to the FBI and the Department of Justice.
Washington, DC - In case you missed it, watch Rep. Gowdy's interviews on Fox News previewing Jared Kushner's testimony to the House Intelligence Committee.
Washington, DC - Last night, Rep. Gowdy joined Martha MacCallum on Fox News to respond to Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer.
Washington, DC - Rep. Trey Gowdy (SC-04) released the following statement after the Steering Committee elected him to serve as Chairman of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform.
Washington, DC - Rep. Gowdy released the following statement after Rep. Chaffetz announced he is leaving Congress in June.
“Jason was one of the first members to befriend our freshman class during orientation in 2010 and has remained a dear friend ever since. His ability to get along with virtually everyone and his ubiquitous smile will be missed.
While a highly valued and talented member of Congress, Jason was and is a family man. I wish Jason, Julie and their 3 precious children well as they transition into this next chapter of life."
Washington, DC - House Judiciary Crime Subcommittee Chairman Gowdy delivered the following opening statement during a hearing entitled, "Challenges Facing Law Enforcement in the 21st Century".